The Northern Territory Government in partnership with Charles Darwin University are holding a Hospitality and Tourism Careers Fair in each major region during May and June.
Over 170 small businesses across the Territory will receive a share of over $2.1 million in grant funding to carry out improvements that enhance their customers’ experience.
The Territory Government is supporting our events industry to rebound stronger from COVID-19 by streamlining and simplifying the process to apply for special and major event liquor licences.
Citrus canker-seeking canines have successfully completed a trial to detect the destructive disease using synthetic compounds that mimic the scent of plants infected with the disease.
Local hospitality and tourism businesses can now take advantage of the Work Stay Play worker attraction incentive, with the Territory Jobs Board now live.
Trailblazer Theresa Lemon has become the first female ranger to receive a fisheries inspector card in the Northern Territory.
The Northern Territory Government has released the 2021 Budget which focuses on leading the comeback by:
More Territorians can now access free or low cost training courses with new changes to the JobTrainer program coming into effect this week.
The Northern Territory Government is fast-tracking sustainable development precincts, to help attract private sector investment in agriculture and aquaculture.
The Northern Territory Government’s Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) is hosting agricultural field days at Katherine Research Station (KRS) on 27 April 2021 and Douglas Daly Research Farm (DDRF) on 28 to 29 April 2021.